Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum closed on March 13, 2020 until further notice. The Education and Public Programs Team at the Nixon Library is pleased to remind you that the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) continues to be an excellent source for entertaining content, historical research, and instructional needs! Simply follow the links below for additional information:
Free Online Programs on the Presidency
Starting January 19, 2021, and continuing through March, join the National Archives and Presidential Libraries, the National Park Service, and a host of many other cultural and historic organizations in the annual Presidential Primary Sources Project. Aimed at students in grades 4-12, the standards-aligned series will take students on a journey through the historical legacies of our presidents. Registration and additional information about the program can be found within the link below:
What Happens in Washington?: A New Distance Learning Program
Image: 1969 Inauguration: President Richard Nixon Takes the Oath of Office, January 20, 1969
Image: NAID 66394386
K-2 students can explore Washington, D.C. as a tourist destination where they can learn about the history of the United States, search for American symbols, and analyze photographs of important destinations along the way. Click on the link below for more information!
Don't forget! The Nixon Library and the National Archives have embarked on a weekly Twitter series for educators using the hashtag #ArchivesForEducators. Starting January 11, 2021, through March 29th, sit in with us every Monday from 12:00 - 12:30 pm (PST) for topics relating to the Holocaust, immigration, Black History, U.S. Presidents, sports, WWII and post-war life, Women's History, the Cold War, and the Vietnam War. Join us via the link below:
Stay tuned for regular updates from the Nixon Library Education and Public Programs Team.
Please feel free to contact us at NixonEducation@nara.gov if you have any questions.
The Nixon Library Education and Public Programs Team